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PAWSE Week 3

Friday, June 05, 2015

I feel like I did well this week, stayed in my range.. stayed active.. posted... stayed on top of it all pretty well

This week I will keep my lunch box packed and keep it with me when I leave home..keep the fridge stalked with fruits and veggies, keep adding more wholesome foods to fridge and cupboards. I will also think about and study about trying to get a hr monitor/watch type thing to get my calories more accurate although this is something I feel like would be more for what others think.. because as long as I am staying active, staying in my calorie range and losing weight.. at this point it's not something I really care about.

The only "event' I need to worry about is tomorrow night and I plan to take a fruit salad so that I'm not tempted by dessert.. if I do really want something like that I will eat no more then 3 bites and savor those and no more.

I will do my Monday Maneuvers on Monday

I will continue to complete each Tiger Challenge, and also do well on the WEC

I will lose weight again this week

I will plan and set a date the field trip I have earned for losing my first 5#s

I will seek out at least one more person/group/event that helps me a kinder, stronger, healthier person.

"Surround yourself with people who make you hungry for life, touch your heart, and nourish your soul." unknown
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    HRM is totally a personal choice. I absolutely love mine, but I'm a numbers person and LOVE seeing in real time how the numbers stack up.
    1998 days ago
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    Great goals for the week! I have been thinking about getting a HRM too, and I just can't make up my mind if it's really worth it. Because like you said as long as we're staying active and the scale is moving in the right direction, not sure it's worth it. Let's make it a great week! emoticon
    1999 days ago
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